10 examples of 'javascript get current time in milliseconds' in JavaScript

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152function get_time()
153{
154 initPlayer();
155 return vlcCoreObj.get_time();
156}
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26function getCurrentTime() {
27 //return the current time in format TTS can use
28 var d = new Date();
29 var returnString = new String();
30 returnString = " It is now, ";
31 returnString += d.getHours() + " " + d.getMinutes();
32 returnString += ". ";
33 return returnString;
34}
85function getCurrentTime(serverTime) {
86 return serverTime ? serverTime.getTime() : (new Date()).getTime();
87}
18static getTimestampMilliseconds():number
19{
20 return getTimestampMilliseconds();
21}
10static getTimestampMilliseconds() {
11 return (new Date()).getTime();
12}
17export function getDurationMilliseconds(start: [number, number]) {
18 const [secs, nanosecs] = process.hrtime(start);
19 return secs * 1000 + Math.floor(nanosecs / 1000000);
20}
72function time() {
73 var now = new Date();
74 var time = /(\d+:\d+:\d+)/.exec(now)[0] + ":";
75 for (var ms = String(now.getMilliseconds()), i = ms.length - 3; i < 0; ++i) {
76 time += "0";
77 }
78 return time + ms;
79}
232function millis(){
233 return new Date().getTime();
234}
15ms() { return Date.now() - this.start; }
195export function getCurrentClock(): PreciseClock {
196 gClock.tick = hrtime(origin); // [seconds, nanoseconds]
197 const milliseconds = gClock.tick[0] * 1000 + Math.floor(gClock.tick[1] / 1000000) + refTime;
198 const picoseconds = (gClock.tick[1] % 1000000) * 1000;
199 // display drift in seconds :
200 // console.log(gClock.tick[0] - Math.floor((Date.now()-refTime) / 1000));
201
202 gClock.timestamp = new Date(milliseconds) as DateWithPicoseconds;
203 gClock.picoseconds = picoseconds;
204 return gClock;
205}

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